A seemingly quiet Patch Tuesday lumps a bucket of browser vulnerabilities into one, big item. Windows and Silverlight bugs are also squashed.
That old phone needn't sit in the junk drawer. With the right apps, it can work with your PC to add useful features or speed up tasks.
The desktop may be the UI of choice for most Windows users, but what do you do when the modern UI makes more sense?
That new machine isn't truly ready for business until you complete these steps.
Google recently added a new add-ons store to Docs and Sheets. Here's how to install third-party apps in your account.
You need a visible IP address to surf the web, but you can manage some of that visibility to protect your privacy. Here's how.
Working with tons of open tabs can be gnarly, but pinned tabs in Chrome, Firefox, and Opera will help make it easier.
It's easy to change your default font in Word. But the next time you create a new document, it's back to Calibri. Here's the fix.
Maybe it's your own digital content, geo-blocked overseas. Maybe it's something you're not supposed to see. These tools could get you to it, but proceed with caution.
It's not just for dirty pictures. Incognito mode can also help you access your favorite news sites and keep upcoming surprises away from prying eyes.
We all depend on Windows Update to keep our PCs functioning and secure. Here's what to do when the update doesn't update.
You can still buy or build a PC with Windows 7, or possibly downgrade from Windows 8. It just takes a little extra legwork.
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Managed correctly, the Windows taskbar can be the center of your PC's universe. Here's how to seize control.